I laughed so hard I cried. I am so DOING THIS!!!

Funny pictures about Reading material for cats. Oh, and cool pics about Reading material for cats. Also, Reading material for cats.

Now, this is terrifying!  A bottle of Bayer's 'Heroin'.   Between 1890 and 1910 heroin was sold as a non-addictive substitute for morphine...  It was also used to treat children suffering with a strong cough.

When Opium Was For Newborns And Bayer Sold Heroin

Heroin - by Bayer, the trusted name in pain relief. A bottle of Bayer's 'Heroin'. Between 1890 and 1910 heroin was sold as a non-addictive substitute for morphine. It was also used to treat children suffering with a strong cough

In the battle of want vs. need, this is a need.

Knight's Armament's with Elcan Specter Dual-Role sight, laser aiming module, and Enhanced Grenade Launching unit.

5.11 Tactical RECON Desert Boot.  With a spot for a folding knife?!

Tactical RECON lightweight desert boot with the hidden knife pocket at the ankle enhances utility.

150 Year Old Victorian Prosthetic Hand - Imgur

150 Year Old Victorian Prosthetic Hand

150 Year Old Victorian Prosthetic Hand. true life if this is what prosthetics looked like today i would be pumped to lose a hand

Pompeii - Directions to the brothel

Pompeii - Directions to the brothel. I found this, and several otbhers while on my trip to Pompeii last month.

"BB" Bessie Stringfield was an African American woman who in the 1930s and 40s rode her Harley cross country solo across the USA a total of eight times. Raised in Boston, started riding at 16, married 6 times and did hill climbing and trick riding in carnival stunt shows.

Known as the Motorcycle Queen of Miami, Bessie Stringfield started riding when she was She was the first African-American woman to travel cross-country solo, and she did it at age 19 in riding a 1928 Indian Scout wind-warriors-mc

Suicide Rations:  March 1945. "Tuskegee Airmen 'Escape kits' (cyanide) being distributed to fighter pilots at air base in Ramitelli, Italy." Theodore G. Lumpkin Jr., seated, with (L-R): Joseph L. "Joe" Chineworth, Memphis, Class 44-E; Robert C. Robinson, Asheville, Class 44-G; Driskell B. Ponder, Chicago, 43-I; Robert W. Williams, Ottumwa, Iowa, 44-E. (Gelatin silver print by Toni Frissell.)

Framed vintage photograph of March Tuskegee Airmen series. 'Escape kits' (cyanide) being distributed to fighter pilots at air base in Ramitelli, Italy.


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